‘A uniquely crafted ethno-contemporary experience of lesser-known regional Indian cuisine.’
It’s a curious name for a cafe that calls a busy, urban, and modern metropolis its home.
At Cafe Lota, Indian culinary culture and tradition is similar to the lota in its simplicity, diversity of use, and varying representations. Our cuisine is timeless, yet ever-evolving and adaptable; treated as a form of art.
Situated within the National Crafts Museum in the heart of Delhi, the cafe represents the pulse of Indian culinary culture - colourful, diverse, and kaleidoscopic.
A space nurtured by walls that were built and decorated by the seasoned hands of India’s craftsmen, Cafe Lota pays a loving homage to India’s many known and lesser known culinary traditions.
A must on your bucket list! The indoor greenery and simple seating make the cafe distinct. You'll love everything from drinks to starters to main course
- Vivek Sharma
In the heart of Delhi, this is one of the most beautiful & peaceful places to visit, offering great food, lovely ambience & good service!
- Harneet Kaur
Perfect stopover post your visit to the National Craft Museum. Great menu to choose from, very contemporary, comfortable, & with excellent service.
- Devendra Singh Guleria
Food tasted so good. I keep coming back here and have tried almost everything on their vegetarian menu!
- Akanksha Sharma
Head of Service
Deepak Singh Negi
Gate No. 2
National Crafts Museum
Bhairon Marg, Pragati Maidan
New Delhi 110001
8 AM to 9:30 PM
Monday to Sunday